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1. What is a “Designated Account for Labor Insurance Benefits”? Why is it different from the regular accounts?

An insured person or his/her beneficiary (beneficiaries) may apply to the Bureau of Labor Insurance for a “Designated Account for Labor Insurance Benefits” when he/she claims labor insurance benefits (including lump sum and annuity payments) if there is any concern on the possible seizure or compulsory execution of the benefit payments caused by financial obligations. The account accepts, exclusively, deposits of insurance benefits, pension payments and allowances, etc. According to the regulations, deposits in the designated account shall not be the object of offset, seizure, mortgage or compulsory execution.

Last Update:2021-05-14
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